May 17, 8:30am - 10:00am EDT. Hosted at Cleveland History Center
part of a series on Preserve
About the speaker
Ms. Klotz began her tenure as Laurel’s tenth Head of School in 2004. A graduate of Agnes Irwin School in Rosemont, PA, she was graduated from Yale College, where she earned her B.A. in English. Her M.A. is in the individual study of drama from the Gallatin Division of New York University. She has worked in girls’ schools as a teacher and administrator for more than thirty years and is devoted to the social and emotional development of girls.
She serves on the boards of the Heads’ Network, the National Coalition of Girls Schools, Lawrence School, and Headmistresses of the East. Deeply committed to mentoring women to independent school leadership, she has served on the faculty for the NAIS Institute for Aspiring School Heads and the Heads’ Network Leadership Seminar. Ms. Klotz writes and blogs frequently and her work has appeared in the Huffington Post, Independent School magazine, Community Works Institute Journal, the NAIS Independent Ideas blog, and other journals.
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